Journal Article
McHorse, B.K., A.A. Biewener, and S.E. Pierce. “The evolution of a single toe: causes, consequences, and the way forward.” Integrative & Comparative Biology icz050, no. doi.org/10.1093/icb/icz050 (2019). Publisher's Version
Jones, K. E., K.D. Angielczyk, and S.E. Pierce. “Stepwise shifts underlie evolutionary trends in morphological complexity of the mammalian vertebral column.” Nature Communications 10, no. 5071 (2019): 1-13. Publisher's Version
Klembara, J., M. Hain, M. Ruta, D.S. Berman, S.E. Pierce, and A.C. Henrici. “Inner ear morphology of diadectomorphs and seymouriamorphs (Tetrapoda) uncovered by high‐resolution x‐ray microcomputed tomography, and the origin of the amniote crown group.” Palaeontology doi.org/10.1111/pala.12448 (2019). Publisher's Version
Campbell Mekarski, M., S.E. Pierce, and M.W. Caldwell. “Spatiotemporal distributions of non-ophidian ophidiomorphs, with implications for their origin, radiation, and extinction.” Frontiers in Earth Science (Paleontology) doi.org/10.3389/feart.2019.00245 (2019). Publisher's Version
Esteve-Altava, B., S.E. Pierce, J.L. Molnar, P. Johnston, R. Diogo, and J.R. Hutchinson. “Evolutionary parallelisms of pectoral and pelvic network-anatomy from fins to limbs.” Science Advances 10.1126/sciadv.aau7459 (2019). Publisher's Version
Dickson, D.V., and S.E. Pierce. “Functional performance of turtle humerus shape across an ecological adaptive landscape.” Evolution doi:10.1111/evo.13747 (2019). Publisher's Version
Morris, Z.S., K.A. Vliet, A. Abzhanov, and S.E. Pierce. “Heterochronic shifts and conserved embryonic shape underlie crocodylian craniofacial disparity and convergence.” Proceedings of the Royal Society, B https://doi.org/10.1098/rspb.2018.2389 (2019). Publisher's Version
Hedrick, B.P., E.R. Schachner, G. Rivera, P. Dodson, and S.E. Pierce. “The effects of skeletal asymmetry on interpreting biologic variation and taphonomy in the fossil record.” Paleobiology https://doi.org/10.1017/pab.2018.42 (2019). Publisher's Version
Friedman, M., S.E. Pierce, M. Coates, and S. Giles. “Feeding structures in the ray-finned fish Eurynotus crenatus (Actinopterygii: Eurynotiformes): implications for trophic diversification among Carboniferous actinopterygians. Earth and Environmental Science Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh https://doi.org/10.1017/S1755691018000816 (2019). Publisher's Version
Dickson, B.V., and S.E. Pierce. “How (and why) fins turn into limbs: insights from anglerfish.” Earth and Environmental Science Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh https://doi.org/10.1017/S1755691018000415 (2019). Publisher's Version